Welcome To Grange Farm
Mr and Mrs T D Fathers
Tel : 01507 534101 / 07850 742290
Web Site : Grange Farm
Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Our CL is a tranquil, peaceful site set in 17 acres admist the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We are an Adult Only site and pets are welcome. The pitches are all hardstanding. All have electric hook up. Shower and toilets and laundry are available. There is a well stocked Tourist information area with plenty of walks and leaflets on the local area. Books and games are available also. Coarse fishing lakes on site and charges apply. On site dog walk.
The site is an excellent base for touring the Lincolnshire Wolds and is ideal for walkers, cyclists, horse riders or touring by car. Blue flag beaches are within 18 miles. Buses are available in the village. There is a dog friendly pub in the village, the local town of Horncastle which is 5.5 miles away has supermarkets, banks, post office, shopping and restaurants.
Facilities : Adults only, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes , Easy access, Electric hook up available, Scenic Views, Hardstanding pitches, Toilet, Shower, Dogs welcome, Battery charging, Waterside CL..
Nearby : Fishing, Restaurant/Pub
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £18
Tim and Diane were very welcoming and helpful. Lovely quiet site, and well kept. Sadly we did not see the barn owl, but listened to the manly tawny owls calling most nights. If you like peace and quiet this is the place
Peace and tranquilly in abundance with on site fishing and a pub in walking distance. Fantastic Adult only site!
This was our first time at this site and we were very impressed with it. The site is found along very quiet country roads and has its own gated driveway. There was a chalk board at the entrance welcoming you by name and advising which pitch number you were on and how to park your caravan. The pitches are level and hard standing and over look a large field as seen in the photo's. The field is kept quite long in the centre but the owners mow a wide path around the edge for you to walk on. There are 2 toilets one male and one female and 1 shower in a building a short walk away. These facilities were immaculate and there was [plenty of hot water available for showering. Just inside the building door was the information room and i must say it is probably one of the best I have seen. There was a multitude of walks, 3 specialised OS map's of the area and a large array of leaflets on places to visit. Also in the foyer area were a large assortment of books and DVD's for guests to borrow. The owners are very friendly and knowledgeable about the area and told us about a fantastic beach approx 25 mins driver from the site as well as other places of interest nearby. We didn't go to the pub in the village due to us having a young puppy with us but other's on site who did recommended it. Speaking to some of angler's on site they caught plenty of fish so if you a fisherman don't forget your rods. From speaking to others on site this is a very popular CL so book in advance and enjoy all it has to offer is my advice.
Tranquil and peaceful.
First time at this site and it was peaceful and quiet, plenty of places to visit and keep your eyes open for the Owl. Will be back in September to another week.
What a little gem of a site 3rd visit
Tim & Diane are the owners and rarely will you experience a better welcome and such a friendly atmosphere during your stay. The site is superb and spotlessly clean and tidy in all aspects. Lovely location in the Wolds with ample attractions and really nice walks and cycling or you can just take in the wonderful views from this very quiet and peaceful site. We just want to book again and return PS really nice pub in the village great atmosphere and food and we had the added bonus of meeting Mark the oldest resident in the Salmonby who played the piano for all the customers in the pub, very enjoyable. Thank you so much Tim & Diane
Tim was cutting the grass when we arrived, but no matter our welcome and pitch number was on the board just after we turned into the site, and as soon as he saw us he came and introduced himself along with site information and help if needed to pitch. Good, level hardstanding with wide grass area if awnings are used, but no groundsheets. No bother for us as we put out our canopy to act as a dry area. Separate Ladies and Gents loo with shared shower and were spotless and within 150 metres from the pitches, warm and spacious with loads of hot water. The information room was a gem catering for all tastes from places to visit to local walking maps. The site itself has direct dog walking around the sites meadow field with ample poo bins, and a strict on lead ruling. External paths/bridleways lead from the site and we enjoyed 4/5 mile walks around the village of Tetford. Nearby pub in the village has a very wide choice including vegetarian, but last week winter opening hours began so check it is actually open, well worth a visit as the food was excellent. Thoroughly recommend this site for staying and its locality for visiting surrounding area.
Directions : Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not SatNav, due to alternative routes being unsuitable for towing.
Turn left off A158 Lincoln-Skegness in High Toynton signposted Salmonby, Tetford. Continue for approximately 4.25 miles. Turn left at Cross Keys Public House signposted Fulletby, Belchford. Site on right in 270 metres third entrance.